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日本語でどうぞ。


Jan
15
revised Is there any difference between 講義 and 講演?
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Jan
15
answered Is there any difference between 講義 and 講演?
Jan
15
answered Is the convention to use a single quote to divide the “on/kun” readings in"重箱読み{じゅうばこよみ}?
Jan
14
revised The differences between いきなり, [急]{きゅう}に and [突然]{とつぜん}
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Jan
14
answered The differences between いきなり, [急]{きゅう}に and [突然]{とつぜん}
Jan
10
comment Under what circumstances is でたらめ used?
There is a nice 用法 section on here: kotobank.jp/word/…
Jan
9
answered How to refuse an invitation with a specific reason?
Jan
9
comment Why would one use 当て字?
Technically a lot more stuff is ateji than you might realize, but stuff like 亜米利加 instead of アメリカ isn't as important.. just good to know.
Jan
8
answered What does 春夏冬 mean?
Jan
7
comment How would you say “A has the meaning of B” or “A conveys B”
How is this different from what user136286 said?
Jan
7
comment How would you say “A has the meaning of B” or “A conveys B”
@TokyoNagoya why not edit in some corrections?
Jan
7
comment What is meaning of 「〜ないように思えてなりません」?
Understandable, I feel like in educational materials it's presented with a much more emotional meaning like "I want that cake so bad I could die oh god"
Jan
7
answered What is meaning of 「〜ないように思えてなりません」?
Jan
7
comment How do I address my juniors in college or school?
related: japanese.stackexchange.com/questions/13386/…
Jan
7
comment Why is saki in japanese written as さつき? there's other times I've seen the tsu in words without being pronounced. Why is this?
True, which is a dilemma I often face in these situations: post links/info that are only relevant to the asker's level, or post any miscellaneous info that might be helpful regardless? Nevertheless there is an English version for sokuon apparently! en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sokuon
Jan
7
comment Why is saki in japanese written as さつき? there's other times I've seen the tsu in words without being pronounced. Why is this?
Additional reading for any interested: ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E4%BF%83%E9%9F%B3
Jan
7
comment How to refuse an invitation with a specific reason?
It is commonly taught that way in beginner Japanese and a lot of new learners go through their studies thinking ちょっと is like a lexical swiss army knife
Jan
5
reviewed Leave Closed Twenty-two points of attack
Jan
4
revised What does これも at the start of a sentence mean?
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Jan
4
answered What does これも at the start of a sentence mean?